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Obstetrics and Gynecology – Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding: By Kate Pulman M.D.

Obstetrics and Gynecology – Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding: By Kate Pulman M.D.

Abnormal vaginal bleeding may occur in the following scenarios: Heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding, Intermenstrual bleeding, Bleeding associated with pregnancy, or Post-menopausal bleeding. There are four important circumstances that you cannot afford to miss: Disorders of early pregnancy: all women of reproductive age who present with vaginal bleeding should have a pregnancy test. Bleeding in …

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When Disney Princesses Go on a Diet…

When Disney Princesses Go on a Diet…

Narrator: Once upon a time, five beautiful princesses gathered together for a picture perfect picnic at Belle’s Castle It all started with an innocent group selfie that turned into a treacherous war on on diets. *camera sound* *Princesses taking selfies* Elsa: Uh.. Hey guys… Elsa: Guys, I did not drive all the way from North …

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Muscle Organ Structure

Muscle Organ Structure

In this video I want to talk about the structure of muscle organs. Another way to think of this is basically the gross anatomy of the musculature, although we will get into the histology, and what muscle organs actually look like when you slice them up and put them under the microscope. When I use …

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Muscle and stem cells: Muscle homeostasis

Muscle and stem cells: Muscle homeostasis

Skeletal muscles are responsible for the voluntary movement of the body. They are composed of fascicles containing multiple muscle fibres where each represents a single cell. Individual myofibers are covered by a basement membrane which is continuous with the endomysium connective tissue layer. Peeling away the basement membrane reveals myofibers and the skeletal muscle stem …

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When to See a Doctor About Chronic Shoulder Pain

When to See a Doctor About Chronic Shoulder Pain

A lot of the patients who see me are self-referred. I mean, they just got kind of sick of living with the pain that they’re in and typically once it starts disrupting their activities, their daily living, or their sleep cycle they’ll end up seeing me. Other times, a patient is referred by their primary …

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